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sex., 04 de nov.


Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Journey on the Nile - 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tut

*ONE NIGHT ONLY* Get your tickets now for an evening of Ancient Egyptian ritual and pageantry, leading to Dr. Kastle introducing the Tomb of King Tutankhamen just as Howard Carter saw it 100 years ago!

Journey on the Nile - 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tut

Time & Location

04 de nov. de 2022 17:30 GMT-7

Las Vegas Natural History Museum, 900 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

About the Event

General Admission Tickets $35 (Members $30) CLICK HERE

VIP Tickets $50 (Members $40) SOLD OUT

This is an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience not to be missed in Las Vegas!

Join Archaeologist and Egyptologist Dr. Kastle, a.k.a. Doc Phineas of the History Channel's Pawn Stars, at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum for a "Journey on the Nile - the 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tut's Tomb."

  • 5:30PM Pre-Event Reception: VIP ticketholders meet with Doc for a papyrus autograph party prior to the main event.
  • 6:00PM Doors Open: Enjoy the Museum after dark with dance performances by Shifting Sands
  • 7:00PM Main Event: Ellis Rice opens the evening's main event with a performance of his interactive 'Living History' show where he personifies and ancient Egyptian priest, taking the audience on an interactive journey through the mummification process. Following this opening performance, Dr. Kastle will continue the voyage by setting the scene in 1922 , then traveling through archeology's evolution with regards to ancient Egypt to today's best practices

Part entertainment and part education, this once-in-a-lifetime event will take participants on a journey over time, culture, and technology - making us all appreciate the discovery of the "boy king" that much more.

Lighting, AV, and effects kindly donated by Tag Team Productions.

  • Recommended ages 12+
  • All proceeds benefit the Las Vegas Natural History Museum (501c3 nonprofit) and its mission to inspire a better understanding and appreciation of the natural world, the sciences, and ourselves.

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